Linux Programs

vbimport

#1

Does anyone know of any Linux CD Writing programs?


#2

quotes from http://www.fadden.com

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Subject: [6-1-20] Jörg Schilling - cdrecord
(1999/05/03)
Platforms supported: UNIX (several), Windows (95, NT), Mac, OS/2, BeOS, VMS
See http://www.fokus.gmd.de/research/cc/glone/employees/joerg.schilling/private/cdrecord.html

A collection of freeware software and drivers for burning CDs under an impressive variety of operating systems. Source code is available. See the web site for an up-to-date list of features and supported systems.

Works best in conjunction with mkisofs (which should be available from the same site). X-CD-Roast may also come in handy; see section (6-1-40).

Supports DVD-R as well.
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Subject: [6-1-3] Gear Multimedia - GEAR
(1999/02/06)
Platforms supported: DOS, Windows (3.1, 95, NT), OS/2, UNIX, Mac
See http://www.gearcdr.com/

This was sold by Elektroson until early 1999.

This is bundled with some drives. Does not support Joliet (important for long Win95 filenames).

Versions older than 4.0 should be upgraded. A number of bugs have been fixed (e.g. one user found that v3.3 left clicks on audio CDs, another was unable to use it with Adaptec EZ-SCSI v4.0d or later).

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as far as my understandig of the unix system goes; i thought it was quite similar to linux